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. >> the note found tacked to a tree where sniper, john mohommed begins to lay out his demands. all written in the hand of his teenaged accomplice, lee malvo. there are boxes of evidence presented at three trials. racks of notes and video tapes scoured from traffic cameras throughout the region. vhs tapes. there is so much here, it is not all yet been cataloged for exhibit. ingly never have the victims very far from my mind when i work with materials in this collection. the human cost of this man's actions is something that is always present in my thoughts when i work with them. >> reporter: now the highlights of everything you have seen here will be on display by 2015 at a future law enforcement museum near the law enforcement memorial down at judiciary square downtown. when i come back at 6:00, i'm going to show you the single piece of evidence here that really means the most to scott. it is not the car. it's not the notes. it's just one piece of evidence that gives her and the rest of us chills. join me at 6:00. reporting live in forestville, prince georges county, scott broom, 9news no
. >>> ten years ago tonight, john allen and leboyd began their killing spree that claimed ten lives, left three people wounded and the entire washington area in fear for weeks. we are on top of this story all week with interviews from people who played key roles in helping bring this case to a close. we are reconnecting with relatives from that really terrible time in washington. bruce, you had an opportunity to speak with one of the relatives. >> that's right. a part-time b driver here in the washington area. an immigrant from india, who worked two jobs. made big sacrifices to get his son and daughter educated in this country. he was shot and killed as he pumped gas on connecticut avenue on october 3, one of three people killed that morning, a fourth was killed that night. his son, andrew, talked with us this afternoon. >> it's been a long time. we miss my dad. >> give me a memory or thought, what was he like? >> he was a bigger guy. he was a gentle giant. he works hard. i mean, came from another country. he did things me and my sister can't accomplish. he gave us opportunities we co
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